In the past several days I've been testing ESS against leak tests. We all know where Eset stands on this, we know that they are using heuristics to stop leaktests and programs that use leack techniques from even being downloaded to the PC by the antivirus, so, in theory you are protected right?? because those programs cannot enter your PC, right?? ......... WRONG...!!!! This is so terribly wrong that I don't even think Eset believes it. There are a lot of legitimate programs that use leak techniques to connect to the web that Eset is not doing anything about that, and it worries me big time!! ESS is not able to stop a single one of them. I use a program that came with my keyboard and that Hooks to the system and monitors keystrokes and controls all sort of multimedia and configurable keys and Eset does not even recognize it, still, Security Task Manager gives it a rate of 100!! in the scale of dangerous programs... what does Eset do about it? NOTHING. Eset does not detect OLE automation proceses, like the one used in PCflank, if you exclude the leaktest from the scans of the antivirus (remember that almost all Microsoft aplications use this technique to comunicate amog them) the program can easily run an instance of IE and connect to the web... this is a false protection from Eset and I believe we are being cheated. Thundebird can launch an instance of any web browser (or any other program required to run any kind of attachment) you use to connect to the web and Eset does not warn you about it... and so on and so forth... There is a known program to spoof porn pages called Supermegaspoof that connects to the internet and then spoofs a web page on IE to make it believe you are a paying registered customer to give you full acces, well ESS does not recognize the program as malicious and LETS IT RUN AND DO ITS BUSINES COMPLETELY FREE!! What are they doing about this?? Nothing so far. The firewall does not alert you of a program launching other, injecting DLL's, Modifying another process in memory and many other dangerous techniques, it does not prevent privilege escalations, etc. I believe this needs to be addresed if Eset really wants to position its suite against all the good firewalls out there.